Daily Archives: June 5, 2017

Our Days On Earth Are As A Shadow And Without Hope

While I was in the midst of a fairly busy Sabbath, even busier than usual, the sermonette in Portland was one that I found worthy of thoughtful pondering. ¬†Although much of that sermonette was material I had gone over before … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lincoln On Race & Slavery

Lincoln On Race & Slavery, by Abraham Lincoln, edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. The editor of this volume modestly claims not to have been a Lincoln scholar when writing this particular book. ¬†If he wasn’t a Lincoln scholar before, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lincoln’s Christianity

Lincoln’s Christianity, by Michael Burkhimer Towards the beginning of this book, the author makes a plea for mercy when he states that he is a liberal Catholic, something he amply demonstrates, and that he hopes he is not judged for … Continue reading

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